Studios and Spaces

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Art Space West - UCB 170
Exhibition gallery dedicated to showcasing creative work by students, faculty, and guest artists ranging from paintings, illustrations, sculptures, installations, digital art, visual art, and sound art. ArtSpace West is open throughout the year, Monday–Friday from 12:00–5:00, and also in the evenings when special exhibits are held.

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IAP Studios - UCB B119, B116
A teaching and multipurpose exhibition space showcasing creative work by students, faculty, and guest artists.

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Second Stage West - UCB Lower Level
Second Stage West is a 88- fixed seating, multi-use black box performance/classroom space. Various performance & installations include, plays, movement pieces, videos and music.
Presentations are by students, faculty, and nationally and internationally renowned artists.

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Digital Media Lab - CLCC 108
Incorporates top of the line software and hardware that enables students to create content in video/film, music and sound, games, and graphics.

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MUSIC/MIDI LAB - CLCC 131
Advanced MIDI/MUSIC PPODUCTION Space for students who are into music composition, music production, and sound design.

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Studio 4 Gaming Innovation - CLCC 239

This lab focuses on researching games and play to redefine and explore what they can be and how they can be used in concert with art to initiate transformation in our society. Through a greater understanding of art and play, a road to creating a more just, tolerant, and inclusive world can be exposed and that this path can be opened up for others to make discoveries of their own.

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Digital Recording Studio - CLCC L1-40
Facility for sound and music recording and mixing. Includes a grand piano and hardware to connect electronic instruments.

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Oral History, Storytelling, and Ethnography Lab (OHSEL)
The goal of OHSEL is to support individual faculty and students conduct oral history/ethnography research. Faculty, students, and community patrons can be trained in oral history methods, research and visit West Valley neighborhoods, bring community participants to campus to tell their stories, record and analyze interviews/stories, create archival materials, produce and exhibit documentaries. The lab houses the archives of three projects led by faculty in SHArCS, in particular: Gloria Cuadraz’ work in Litchfield Park, Julie Amparano Garcia’s work on the Lost Boys of Sudan, and Duku Anokye’s work on African American Pioneers of Arizona to name a few. The lab has been recently resurrected and has established goals to host Arizona based Oral History Digital Archives, a Summer Institute to train high school teachers, librarians, and media specialists in the West Valley in oral history and ethnographic methods, and plans to develop Internship/research projects undertaken by students and faculty. OHSEL complements and supports the Oral History Certificate offered in SHARCS.

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